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Welcome to the Information Website of the Honorary Consulate-General of Greece in Queensland, where you can access information regarding the activities of the Consulate, the services we provide and our contact details.

You can also read about our bilateral relations with Australia and find detailed and up-to-date information about Greece.

Please note that the jurisdiction of the Consulate is the State of Queensland.

Latest News

Christmas Closure

The Consulate will be closed from Thursday, 24th December and will re-open at 10.00am on Monday, 4th January 2021. Should you need to contact the Consulate urgently during this time, please call 07-3056 0578. The Honorary Consul-General of Greece in Queensland, Mr Jim Raptis, together with his family and the staff of the Consulate, wish […]Read More

Announcement regarding Arrivals from Foreign Countries into Greece

As of November 11, 2020 all people traveling to Greece from foreign countries will be required to have a negative molecular test result (PCR) for COVID-19, performed up to 72 hours before their entry to Greece. This includes air and land arrivals to Greece. Further, people traveling to Greece should be aware that as of […]Read More

Announcement regarding entry into Greece through the Promachonas land border.

As of Wednesday July 15th, 2020, all travelers entering Greece for non-essential reasons through Promachonas border station, are obliged to present upon arrival a negative molecular test result (PCR) for COVID-19, performed up to 72 hours before their entry to Greece.Travelers should be laboratory tested with RT-PCR of oropharyngeal or nasopharyngeal swab. Only travelers who […]Read More

New Protocol for Arrivals in Greece

Beginning July 1, 2020, the Greek government has determined how the country will welcome travelers, carry out the necessary diagnostic screening and keep everyone safe throughout the season. The Passenger Locator Form (PLF) is a key element in the planning. All travelers must complete their PLF until the day before entering the country, providing detailed […]Read More

Article by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, published in the Financial Times: “Turkey’s refugee ‘extortion diplomacy’ must end” (30 March 2020)

From the summer of 2015 until early 2016, the EU faced a massive influx of asylum seekers, most of them fleeing the conflict in Syria. About 1m people entered Europe, most of them from Turkey, by arriving on Greek islands in the Aegean. To address this influx and alleviate the burden, the EU and Turkey […]Read More